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[tags4lyf]PEARS 22/06/08(Wed)20:29 No. 811768
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Spiderman 22/06/08(Wed)23:43 No. 811769
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Brony 22/06/09(Thu)01:09 No. 811773
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>>811769


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tee 22/06/09(Thu)13:22 No. 811782
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>>811773


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Marisa Kirisame 22/06/09(Thu)13:28 No. 811783
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W. T. Snacks 22/06/09(Thu)14:24 No. 811787

>>811782
cannabis is insultingly omitted


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OP 22/06/09(Thu)15:10 No. 811788

>>811782
I miss lifehacks. I remember how nobody made new lifehacks and every lifehack thread was just reposting the old ones lol.


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Homicide 22/06/09(Thu)20:33 No. 811790

>>811788
>lifehacks
Such as drying fried bacon using a wire clothes hanger and clothes pins?

Good times! Good times!


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He-Man 22/06/10(Fri)04:12 No. 811794

>>811790
I remember the ones with pirate PS3 coupons or some shit.


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Cryomancer 22/06/10(Fri)18:22 No. 811797

>>811794
>I remember the ones with pirate PS3 coupons or some shit.
Of all the petty crimes there is, this is just insulting!


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Lorf 22/06/11(Sat)00:42 No. 811802
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>>811787
weed is an addictive gateway drug anyone who smokes weed has inevitably lost all motivation and must chose between doing nothing but getting high and being lazy all day and quitting permanently


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Sazpaimon 22/06/11(Sat)01:14 No. 811804
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O.P. 22/06/11(Sat)01:40 No. 811806
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>>811802


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symbion 22/06/12(Sun)19:16 No. 811829

>>811820
I actually didn't know fourth degree burns were a thing.


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Brony 22/06/13(Mon)00:45 No. 811831


>>811829
same here


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Spiderman 22/06/14(Tue)08:59 No. 811852


>>811835


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[tags4lyf]PEARS 22/06/14(Tue)14:51 No. 811860
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>>811852


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symbion 22/06/15(Wed)04:22 No. 811886


>>811860


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zeneslev 22/06/17(Fri)12:32 No. 811913

>>811907
Those are actually pretty useful. I've seen some of these signs myself in people who were lying.


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Sazpaimon 22/06/17(Fri)15:55 No. 811917

>>811907
>>811913
Too bad a lot of those signs also have to do when you're trying to sell yourself for a job. HERP DERP HE'S HEKKIN LYING OMG I DON'T WANT THIS KIDDERINO EVEN THO HE'S HEKKIN QUALIFINOED!!!

airwolf off.


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Marisa Kirisame 22/06/17(Fri)19:53 No. 811920

>>811907
None of this is actually true or based on anything substantive.


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poe 22/06/18(Sat)03:27 No. 811927


>>811924


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Spiderman 22/06/18(Sat)13:43 No. 811931

>>811924
That one about customer service is pretty good lol.


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Spider Expert 22/06/19(Sun)13:55 No. 811951

>>811943
Is that a van built into the side of the house?


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He-Man 22/06/19(Sun)14:05 No. 811952
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>>811951
>Is that a van built into the side of the house?
Yep, a DIY, but is the house built into the van?


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OP 22/06/19(Sun)14:08 No. 811953

>>811952
Touché, anon.


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zeneslev 22/06/21(Tue)00:26 No. 811972
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>>811931
>That one about customer service is pretty good lol.


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Homicide 22/06/21(Tue)12:30 No. 811978

>>811972
This is pretty much how I felt the short time I worked in customer service.


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Brony 22/06/22(Wed)03:37 No. 811994
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>>811978


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Bill 22/06/23(Thu)10:44 No. 812028
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Bob Ross 22/06/25(Sat)01:41 No. 812045

>>812041


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Christian Weston Chandler 22/06/25(Sat)01:44 No. 812046



>>812045


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Sonichu 22/06/25(Sat)15:16 No. 812057

These lifehacks are very interesting. I never knew that one about the headrest. Seems like something that should be taught in driver's ed.


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r000t 22/06/26(Sun)11:13 No. 812065
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https://www.urzas.ai/

I'm not a huge fan of this one. The pictures all look like puke fingerpainted by a toddler, but the captions can be funny... or intimidating


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Optimus Prime 22/06/26(Sun)12:04 No. 812069
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>>812065


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Lorf 22/06/29(Wed)23:52 No. 812124

>>812109
Hoof her right in the front butt.


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Twincess Applesparkle Rainbowfly 22/06/30(Thu)08:47 No. 812128
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Weeabot 22/06/30(Thu)22:03 No. 812131
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>>812128
>/pol/ shit
GB2 /pol/!


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Christian Weston Chandler 22/07/01(Fri)04:48 No. 812134



>>812133


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herp 22/07/01(Fri)20:52 No. 812140
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>>812131


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h 22/07/03(Sun)05:45 No. 812163
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Closet Furry 22/07/03(Sun)14:12 No. 812164

>>812162
>plant iv bags
Just water the airwolfing thing lol, it's not hard.


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Moot 22/07/05(Tue)14:26 No. 812195

That Paris one is grim if it's true.


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Nyan Cat 22/07/06(Wed)01:46 No. 812204

>>812195
The sweeping, majestic boulevards of Paris were created between 1853 and 1870 by Georges-Eugène Haussmann, popularly known as Baron Haussmann. Acting under the instructions of Napoleon III, Haussmann flattened much of medieval and revolutionary Paris to create his wide, straight, long boulevards. Dramatic-looking, yes, but the widths and straightness were not provided for the pleasure of carriage drivers. Air circulation for health, and the desire to be grander than London were part of the plan but crowd control was a significant impetus. Narrow roads can be easily blocked by erecting barricades.While some of the Champs Elysées is today surfaced with oblong granite setts, the road was surfaced initially with compacted crushed stone, surfacing known as macadam after its Scottish inventor John Loudon McAdam. The use of macadam instead of cobblestones, setts or tarred-wooden blocks, reduced the availability of ready-made missiles and fire-starters.

At the time, Mark Twain said Haussmann’s wide, straight roads were a sop to Napoleon’s plans for his own safety:

He is annihilating the crooked streets and building in their stead noble boulevards as straight as an arrow – avenues which a cannonball could traverse from end to end without meeting an obstruction more irresistible than the flesh and bones of men – boulevards whose stately edifices will never afford refuges and plotting places for starving, discontented revolution breeders. The mobs used to riot there, but they must seek another rallying point in future. And this ingenious Napoleon paves the streets of his great cities with a smooth, compact composition of asphaltum and sand. No more barricades of flagstones – no more assaulting his majesty’s troops with cobbles.


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Twincess Applesparkle Rainbowfly 22/07/06(Wed)04:42 No. 812206

>>812204
Holy shit, I never even thought of that. It's terrifying in its brilliance.


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Optimus Prime 22/07/06(Wed)10:49 No. 812212


>>812205


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Liru Fanboy 22/07/09(Sat)13:12 No. 812253

>>812245
LOL, that airwolfing coffin one. Who'd want a constant reminder of their impending death in their living room?


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Liru Fanboy 22/07/10(Sun)02:43 No. 812259



>>812253
perhaps its a budgetary consideration or just being pragmatic
otherwise it's a interesting talking point


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Spiderman 22/07/10(Sun)04:51 No. 812260
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>>812245


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O.P. 22/07/10(Sun)04:54 No. 812261

>>812234
I bought one of those little books they have at the checkout counter that was called No Bad Cats! It had little chew marks on the corners because my cat Oscar loved to chew.


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Christian Weston Chandler 22/07/10(Sun)05:08 No. 812262


>>812260
lol didn't have that one


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He-Man 22/07/10(Sun)05:20 No. 812264
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>>812261
those crafty felines


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tee 22/07/10(Sun)14:15 No. 812265
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It's free


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Optimus Prime 22/07/10(Sun)19:07 No. 812267

>>812264
That's the exact book, too. That's wild! The internet is amazing.

>>812265
On second thought, maybe not that amazing.


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He-Man 22/07/12(Tue)01:15 No. 812289
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cheese


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ian 22/07/13(Wed)14:13 No. 812329

>>812320
Scopolamine can also be used to control people. Vice did a documentary about it. It's one scary airwolfing drug.


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[tags4lyf]PEARS 22/07/13(Wed)16:30 No. 812332

>>812329
Probably the origin of the "zombie", which was not the living dead, but the product of a voodoo ritual that left a person mindless and completely vulnerable to suggestion.


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symbion 22/07/13(Wed)16:35 No. 812334

>>812289
That's what killed Abe!

TBH, I am astonished it even got 50% accuracy and that the missed shot didn't hit anyone else.


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He-Man 22/07/14(Thu)02:05 No. 812344
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>>812334
>>812289
cheese can be deadly


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Novice Equestrian 22/07/14(Thu)04:29 No. 812345
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>>812329
I wrote a whole ass story about a gang of apocalypse survivors who happen across a large shipment of scopolamine and use it to deal with other problematic survivors because of that documentary.


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Liru Fanboy 22/07/14(Thu)14:31 No. 812355

>>812345
That sounds like a cool story.


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p4ch3c0 22/07/14(Thu)15:37 No. 812356

>>812355
It does actually


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zeneslev 22/07/15(Fri)14:22 No. 812385

>>812382
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/human-genomes-are-surprisingly-cat-like-180978332/

That cat genome thing, who would have thought?


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Nyan Cat 22/07/16(Sat)13:13 No. 812396
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>>812385


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OP 22/07/16(Sat)14:50 No. 812398

>>812396
CATNIP, MUTHAairwolfA, DO YOU HAVE IT?


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